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8:30am
Lake Forest Park

T'ai Chi Class

March 3, 2018 - 8:30am

Lake Forest Park

A regular class for Ta'i Chi practitioners of all ages and abilities. Everyone is welcome on a weekly or drop-in basis.

On warm days, class is held outdoors from 9 to 10 am: Virgil Flaim Park 2750 NE 125th St. (26th Ave NE), Seattle, WA 98125. For more information, email info@sam-ma.com or call 206-363-0471

 
 
10:00am
Lake Forest Park

Commons Art-In

March 3, 2018 - 10:00am

Lake Forest Park

Come make art at this free, drop-in creative time for drawing and painting artists - bring your friends and/or make new ones! There's no instructor, just plenty of community art-making. BYO art supplies/all levels of experience welcome! *No oil paints/solvents, please!* Look for the plastic-covered tables in the Commons.

This project is supported, in part, by a grant from 4Culture/ King County Lodging Tax. Thank you! 

 
 
10:00am
Lake Forest Park

LFP for Peace

March 3, 2018 - 10:00am

Lake Forest Park

 
 
11:00am
Ravenna

Saturday Morning Story Time - Ilan Speizer

March 3, 2018 - 11:00am

Ravenna

Join us for singing, reading, laughing, and fun.

Every Saturday morning at 11AM. All are welcome!

 
 
11:00am
Seward Park

Story Time with Evan Lorbiecki and Yvonna Skrinnik

March 3, 2018 - 11:00am

Seward Park

Chasing Lights is a children’s picture book that follows Erin, a young girl who just moved to the Pacific Northwest, as she learns to love her new home and the beauty of nature all around her.

Evan Lorbiecki - A current student at UW, Evan has spent most of his life in Seattle, and was first inspired to write by the beautiful sunrises in his backyard. Red is his favorite color, but pink is cool too. He likes to make up stories, play video games, and eat spaghetti with his cat, Hans Soli.

 
 
7:30pm
Lake Forest Park

Gin Creek Band "Blues" - Live Music brought to you by Third Place Commons!

March 3, 2018 - 7:30pm

Lake Forest Park

Band leader Mark Hurwitz tickles the ivories in the tradition of New Orleans keyboard icons, then mixes in sizzling guitars, upbeat rhythms, and wailing saxophones and harmonicas to keep the crowd grooving. Get on the dance floor to tunes spanning blues, old school R&B, rock'n'roll, funk, and even a little swing. 

Thank you to Merlone Geier and our community music sponsors.